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How Do Companies Approach Simple Meetings?
This research examines how companies approach simple meetings. Simple meetings are typically small corporate meetings with basic, replicable requirements.

This study marks the first-ever joint survey of the two largest organizations that include professionals responsible for meeting planning. This research is based on a survey of Global Business Travel Association members globally and Meeting Professionals International members in the U.S. Key questions include:

1) What percentage of meetings are simple meetings? Where do these take place?
2) How do companies compare and book simple meetings venues? Which channels do they use?
3) Do companies have a required bidding process for simple meetings?
4) Do companies use key performance indicators (KPIs) to measure the success of simple meetings?
5) In the U.S., do Travel Managers and meetings planners approach simple meetings differently?
Resource
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Author
GBTA
Publisher
GBTA
Sponsor
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Publication Year
2004
Resource Type
Presentation
Language
English
Topics
Meetings and Event Management
Category GBTA Resources